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Complete Wipeout Pulse soundtrack listing

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The Wipeout series is known for its incredible techno-heavy soundtrack, and Pulse doesn't look to disappoint. The upcoming racer will have yet another licensed soundtrack, which CVG has unearthed:
    • Flat Out by Dopamine
    • Chemical by MoveYa! & Steve Lavers
    • Tokyo by Stanton Warriors
    • Break ya self - Wipeout mix by B Phreak & Groove Allegiance
    • Slingshot - Wipeout mix by Rennie Pilgrem & BLIM
    • X-Project (100% Pure mix) by DJ Fresh
    • Frontline by EdRush, Optical & Matrix
    • Seven Stitches by Noisia
    • Smart Systems by MIST
    • Exceeder - special mix by Mason
    • Steady Rush by Booka Shade
    • Fenix Funk 5 [wipeout edit] by Aphex Twin
    • Aero Dynamik by Kraftwerk
    • Suspicious Thoughts by Skream
    • Sea of Sound - Wipeout mix by Guy Gerber & Shlomi Aber
    • City Lights (Martin Buttich remix) PSP Cut by Loco Dice
Of course, if this doesn't suit your tastes, you have customizable soundtracks as well. With customizable ships, infrastructure multiplayer, and significant gameplay improvements, Pulse sounds like it will almost certainly be a winner. We can't wait to find out more.

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